Princess Charlene of Monaco "can't wait" to bring her children to Africa.
The 39-year-old former Olympic swimmer - who hails from South Africa - has two-year-old twins Jacques and Gabriella with her husband Prince Albert II, and has said she is excited to "introduce" her children to her home continent.
Speaking to South African news channel Eyewitness News, Charlene said: "I am African and this is my heritage. It will always be. It's in my heart and in my veins. I can't wait for them to come here. I can't wait for them to be introduced to Africa."
Previously, Charlene said she was focused on raising her children and educating them on the "responsibility" of royal life.
She said: "For now, I'm a full time mum. I don't know how long that will be for. But yes, it is quite a difficult situation in comparison to the normal folk. We do have responsibilities and duties, and of course my son and my daughter are born into our responsibility. So it's quite something for me to accept that and to educate them."
Meanwhile, her 57-year-old royal husband recently gushed about Charlene's parenting skills, and said their brood are "never noisy" except for when they're having fun.
He said: "Gabriella and Jacques are very active, very playful, absolutely adorable, lots of fun and a lot of work."
"I am very happy that [Charlene] is able to spend as much time as she does with them/ I have never really heard them complain. Yes, when they are hungry (they do) but they've never been noisy (except when) they are being joyful."
And that's not the first time Albert has praised his wife's skills as a mother either, as he previously credited her as being the reason their children are "smiling and happy".
Speaking in 2015, he said: "She's very eager to be with her children at all times. She's up with the kids at 6, 6:30 and takes them through the morning. Every day.
"I don't think they would be as smiling and happy as they are if she weren't as good a mother as she is."
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